Well... Being a somewhat generic (ripped off) design, it didn't take any designing work by your part. That is why the originality rating is relatively low. Anyways, judging by the size, and the number of colours used, which are also very wisely selected, it is easily proven that you spent a good amount of time, effort and talent. Which greatly raises your Technique and Vision ratings. Also, judging by the number of people who have visited, comented and/or favourited this image, you have caused a very good impression. For that, your Impact rating is five. Overall,a very neat execution, but the idea was already done. If i, personally, were to see a sprite of this quality, but done by yourself, you could have my 5x4 stars rating. sorry if my english is bad, as it is not my main language.
Oi, with what you use to create this, it looks like the Venusaur on my GameBoy game Pok'e'mon Green! You did such magnificent detailing! There is the shade, the reflected light, and the base color, all together in one piece! (A lot of people usually for get at least one of these values.) You used the same vivid coloring as in the video game too! You didn't leave a lot of blank space when taking the picture either, and it came out so clear. You are obviously a dedicated Pok'e'mon fan. The eyes are proportionate too. Which is surprisingly hard to do for certain people.
I went looking for perler beads at our craft store. I only found small sets premade sets to butterflies and other small things. There weren't any beg board to be found anywhere. Especially not larger ones.